Unfortunately, the workplace can be unkind. Sometimes you can bring legal action against your employer for unfair treatment at work, and sometimes you can’t. How do you know when a workplace issue is legally actionable? Read the following article for insights and consult with an experienced workplace discrimination attorney to evaluate your case. Defining Workplace… Read More

As an employee in California, you have the right to be treated with respect, and to work in an environment free of harassment. You, your employer, and your work colleagues must foster a working environment that promotes a sense of well-being for all. Unfortunately, not all employers treat their employees well and some fail to… Read More

California workers should be able to earn a living in a safe and secure environment. You should not face threats, harassment, or bullying on the job based on your race, gender, age, or any other protected characteristic. Employees in California are protected against workplace bullying under a number of different laws. California employers have a… Read More

Being mistreated on the job can be both emotionally draining and psychologically damaging. In extreme cases, it may also be legally actionable in California.  If you were mistreated by your supervisor or boss due to poor conditions at work, you may be wondering: Can I sue my boss for emotional distress? Can I sue my… Read More

Workplace sexual harassment has been in the news lately. Many of the women coming forward in the #MeToo movement have been reporting abuse and harassment at the hands of their bosses. If you have suffered sexual harassment, you are not alone. However, sexual harassment is a complex topic because it is not illegal to socialize… Read More

Every employee, no matter their employer, the position they are in, or the level they are at in their career, is entitled to a safe and non-hostile work environment. If a work environment becomes hostile, that employee is entitled to pursue legal action. But, you may wonder, what does and does not constitute “hostile”? Defining… Read More